December is here and we are doing our series of gift giving! First up are the best tech gifts to give. We recently attended the CTA’s Holiday Luncheon in Chicago and got to see some of these first hand. We can promise that no one on your list will be disappointed with any of these high tech gifts!

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best tech gifts

The Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream is the world’s first standalone VR headset. It is an entirely new experience because there are no cables, computers or phones involved. Users can move in new ways that really make the VR experience much more impressive plus an ergonomic design makes it comfortable to wear.

2. Plantronics BackBeat Fit 3100 Headphones $149.99

true wireless headphones

These true wireless speakers let you listen to music but also be aware of your surroundings. The earbuds are soft and flexible but give you a better feel of what is happening around you. Earbuds last up to five hours and with the BackBeat app you can personalize features with a timer, stopwatch or even select a playlist.

3. Harry Potter Kano Coding Kit $99.99

Harry Potter coding wand

This is the first ever Harry Potter wand that really works. Whether you are a beginner coder or a pro, this interactive wand will bring tons of fun. Step by step challenges and real signature spells from the Wizarding World make this one of our favorite gifts to give this year.



4. Fitbit Versa $199.99

Fitbit versa

This is the newest smartwatch from Fitbit. This Fitbit has onscreen workouts, personalized reminders and a battery that lasts for 4 or more days! Available colors include silver or rose gold with optional additional accessories.

5. iHome Smart Mirror $189.99

ihome magnifying mirror

The iHome Smart mirror is a double sided, tilting mirror with a traditional mirror on one side and a magnifying mirror on the other. The mirror is 9” with durable metal construction and is bluetooth enabled to play music, etc. while you are getting ready for the day.

What tech gifts are you giving this holiday season?

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